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UL 142 vs UL 2080 vs UL 2085

UL 142 vs UL 2080 vs UL 2085

UL 142 vs UL 2080 vs UL 2085

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Can someone explain, in simple terms, the differences between these 3 stamps (UL 142, UL 2080, UL 2085).

>>> Or rather, which one is inclusive of the others?

I would like for UL 142 to meet and exceed 2080 and 2085, but I think it's going to be the other way around. The tank I can get is 142, but I am being asked to produce 2080 and 2085 certification before I can bring it in. Vendor is not very helpful/knowledgeable.

Thanks in advance.

RE: UL 142 vs UL 2080 vs UL 2085

The manufacturer's engineers should be helpful. A little persistence will get you through to them.

Best to you,

Goober Dave

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